“Apartment rentals are on the rise, and this trend is expected to continue at least through 2030, which means we’ll need millions of new apartments in the U.S. to meet the increased demand. The western U.S. as well as states such as Texas, Florida and North Carolina are expected to have the greatest need for new apartment housing through 2030, although all states will need more apartment housing moving forward,” said NAA Chair Cindy Clare, CPM.
The Paskin Group was featured in a Pacific Coast Business Times article released today, highlighting our construction project on 530 Chapala Street in downtown Santa Barbara. Along with this project, we have exciting news on the acquisitions front.Read More
Changes in the economy have resulted in more people choosing to rent than to buy. However, rising demand and limited supply have created a barrier for Americans who are seeking just the right apartment. Take a look at a handful of statistics that might surprise you: Read More
Institutional Property Advisors provided an encouraging snapshot of the U.S. economy this week. Referencing a variety of indicators, including payroll growth, job creation, and wage growth, IPA predicts continued growth in an economy that is in its seventh year of expansion. Read More